The Cultural Anthropology minor introduces students to an holistic understanding of human diversity. By examining patterns of beliefs, values, behaviors, shared histories, and material realities, Cultural Anthropology focuses on what it means to be human. Our courses address relevant concerns such as food and nutrition; local and global identities; inter-cultural competence; urban, rural, and global economic development; and environmental sustainability. Through engaged field research methods, Cultural Anthropology recognizes culture as the primary means by which humans engage in social and environmental interactions to define meaningful and purposeful lives. 

Minor in Cultural Anthropology Requirements: 18 Credits

Select one of the following Introduction courses:3
Introduction to Anthropology: Human and Cultural Diversity
Introduction to Anthropology: Culture, Energy and Sustainability
Introduction to Anthropology: Social and Cultural Determinants of Health
Select both of the following: 6
Social and Cultural Theory
Qualitative Methods In The Social Sciences
Select nine additional credits from any Anthropology (ANT) courses.9
Total Credits18

Note: Cultural Anthropology minors are encouraged to take any Creighton FLPA (Faculty-Led Program Away) course cross-listed with ANT or taught by one of our program faculty.